Talent Analytics and Reporting
Imagine owning a big stock portfolio—a magical fount of wealth. However, like many magical items it comes with strange conditions. This enchanted portfolio does not let you see the prices of your individual stocks. All you can see is your total portfolio value as you make additional investments.
How irritating would this be? While you could probably make some reasonable decisions, you would always wonder if you had made the best decisions. Friends would ask if you owned Company X and how it was doing, and you would say “Maybe” and “OK, I hope.” Well, this is what it is like to not ...